Alum Bay. George
HAMMOND. Chief boatman in charge & 4 men.
Bembridge. Joseph PETTY. Chief officer & 11 men.
Blackgang. William Henry WARNE. Chief officer in charge & 6 men.
St Catherines Detachment . 5 men.
Brighstone. Henry FINLAY. Chief boatman in charge & 4 men.
HENNINGS. Chief Boatman in charge.
Calbourne/Newtown. Henry EDWARDS. Chief boatman in charge & 7 men.
William Henry ROGERS. Chief Officer.
Fishbourne. George WOODMAN. Chief Boatman & 7 men.
Freshwater Bay. John PAYNE. Chief boatman in charge & 5 men.
TRIM Chief Officer.
Ryde Esplanade. R TREMLETT. Chief officer.
Sandown (Culver Road). Michael HAZLE. Chief officer in charge.
Sea View. James GIBBONS. Chief boatman in charge & 4 men.
Spring Vale. Henry FILTNESS. Chief boatman in charge & 3 men.
St Catherines Point. Edmund OLEARY. Chief boatman in charge & 4 men.
Totland Bay. John George PYNE. Chief boatman in charge & 6 men.
Ventnor. William R BUIKE. Chief officer in charge & 11 men.
St Lawrence. Frederick CHILD. Chief Boatman.
Yarmouth. James HENDERSON. Chief officer in charge & 8 men.
Shanklin C/Grd Watch Hse
(Esplanade).George CLANCEY. Stn officer in charge & 6
Atherfield.. not named. Lifeboat Catherine Swift
Bembridge. Edmund ATTRILL. coxswain
Brighstone Grange. James COTTON. coxswain. Robert BUCKETT. 2nd cox. Lifeboat Joe Jarman
Brook Green. Benjamin JACOBS. coxswain. John COOK. 2nd cox. Lifeboat William Slaney Lewis
Sandown. Silas KEMP. coxswain. Lifeboat The Dove
Capt Angus William Sholto
DOUGLAS, RN. Inspector
commanding for the district, Ventnor Coast Guard Station.
TAYLOR. Collector of
customs, superintendent of merchantile marine & receiver of wreck, Custom
House, High Street, Cowes.
CHARLTON. Chief engineer in charge, St Catherines Point
Source: Many thanks for the above details supplied by Gordon Childs.